Seeing the whole repository history
John Arbash Meinel
john at arbash-meinel.com
Wed Apr 8 16:40:42 BST 2009
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Greg Ward wrote:
> Still trying to wrap my head around this Bazaar thing, so please bear
> with me. What I would like to do is see the history of an *entire*
> repository, not just of one branch. I can't figure out how to do it.
> What am I missing?
> Comparison: "git log" shows the history of the current branch by
> default, but you can see the whole DAG with "git log --all". That
> convention is followed by qgit. "hg log" shows the entire repository
> by default, but you can trim it to a specific branch with "hg log
> --branch 1.0-maint", and you can exclude branches with --prune. So
> Git and Mercurial have opposite defaults, but I can do what I want to
> do with them. (I think I slightly prefer Mercurial's default, but
> whatever. The important thing is that I *can* get the whole DAG out
> of git once I RTFM a bit.)
> So... what is Bazaar's equivalent of "git log --all" or of "hg log"'s
> default behaviour?
> Thanks --
Currently only 'bzr qlog' and 'bzr viz' support showing multiple
branches at the same time.
I believe if you run "bzr qlog" in the root of a repository, it will
find all of your branches and show the log of everything.
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